No guys, this is not a review of the book Begin again by Mona Kasten, but this is another Bookending Spring post, hosted by Isabelle over at Nine Tale Vixen. If you were to restart your blog/bookstagram/other media account knowing what you know now, what (if anything) would you change? What tips would you give […]
A while back, I saw Stepsister by Jennifer Donnelly everywhere. At first, I didn’t want to read it as retellings usually don’t work for me. However, after continuously hearing positive things about this book, I decided to give it a try. Once upon a time, there was a retelling that worked for me. Or not?
Happy Easter Monday you guys! Today I’m back with yet another Bookending Spring prompt, again created by Sam over at Fictionally Sam. This prompt is called The Cinderella Effect. “Name 5 books that you couldn’t wait to get your hands on but turned into a pumpkin (a dud) when you got it”, the description states. […]
On March 31, it finally happened, the last book in the “Shatter Me” series by Tahereh Mafi got released. I already pre-ordered this one in July 2019, so that I was really curious was an understatement. I finished my reread of Defy Me on that same day and I immediately started reading Imagine Me. What […]
I’m back with another prompt for Bookending Spring, actually the first prompt of the event. I just did it differently and started with the second prompt of the event. Anyway, this prompt is created by Sam over at Fictionally Sam and its goal is to check and see which backlisted books you want to get […]
Hello hello! It’s April, which means that it’s time foor Bookending Spring again! This event started 3 days ago already, but I finally join now, whoops. Today I’m doing a prompt by Sam, one of the creators of this event and now one of the hosts as well. This wedding tag is an originally created […]
That March was a strange month is probably the understatement of the decade. In the Netherlands, we got our first case of Covid19 in the last weekend of February, but there was no reason to panic yet. So, life was normal in the first weeks of March. However, that changed on March 12 and even […]
March was quite a good month regarding books. Especially March 3, because so many books got released. However, I got some other books this month as well. So without further ado, let’s take a loook at my March bookhaul!
On March 3, it was finally out in the world, probably the most anticipated book of 2020. Or at least, it was for me. I’m talking about House of earth and blood by Sarah J. Maas. I wanted to start this book immediately, but unfortunately I had to finish another disappointing book first. As soon […]
With my unofficial and unintended hiatus, I didn’t clean my Goodreads shelves as well. So, let’s start doing this again because it’s necessary still. It’s time for another Down The TBR Hole.